Given a Number N, the task is to find the Remainder when N is divided by R (a two digit Number). The input of the Number may be very large.
Input: N = 13589234356546756, R = 13 Output: 11 Input: N = 3435346456547566345436457867978, R = 17 Output: 13
- Get the digit of N one by one from left to right.
- For each digit, combine with next digit if its less than R.
- If the combination at any point reaches above R, take and store the Remainder.
- Repeat the above steps for all digits from left to right.
Below is the program that implements the above approach:
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